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ECORE Donates Flooring For Camp

Lancaster, PA – ECORE International is supporting The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp by providing state-of-the-art flooring that will enhance the Camp’s facilities and help to promote the continued safety and wellness of the children that attend.

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is dedicated to providing ”a different kind of healing” to seriously ill children and their families throughout the Northeast, free of charge.  To help support the organization’s mission, ECORE International is donating and installing its Everlast Fitness Flooring and Knot Carpet/ ECO98 to augment safe areas throughout the Camp’s facilities.  The flooring will be installed in the gymnasium, camper cabins and theatre.

“At ECORE, we believe in the mission of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and the positive impact it has on children and their families across the Northeast,” said Arthur Dodge III, CEO and president of ECORE International. “We’re committed to promoting the health and wellness of consumers through our innovative flooring solutions, and I’m proud to be a part of this important project to help ensure the continued safety and well-being of both the campers and staff.”

Based in Lancaster, Pa., ECORE is revolutionizing the flooring industry by taking reclaimed waste and transforming it into unique performance surfaces for a wide-range of industries. ECORE’s process and products are changing the way surfaces are engineered, turning recycled materials into flooring designed to promote the health and well-being of consumers through high performance, impact reduction, sound isolation and quality.

The Camp, founded by Paul Newman, is a 374-acre facility. It holds a signature summer program consisting of eight, weeklong sessions for seriously ill children aged 7-15 and one session for their healthy siblings, along with other year-round programming.  Activities at the Camp include horseback riding, archery, sports and recreation, swimming, boating, fishing, theater arts, music, tennis, miniature golf, arts and crafts, adventure and high-ropes and woodworking.

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